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Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS): Seneca has an existing partnership with Dr. Rob Horner from the University of Oregon and Co-Director of the National PBIS Center. Dr. Horner provides Seneca with the technical assistance to implement PBIS with our school partners.

Restorative Justice: Seneca provides training and support implementing Restorative Justice Practices across the school.

School-Wide Training: Seneca’s Training Institute has developed an array of trainings aimed at supporting staff and school personnel in preventing and addressing challenging behaviors at school.  

Behavior Support Plans: Seneca works with staff to establish individualized plans that can effectively address undesirable behaviors in the classroom, and engages stakeholders in monitoring and supporting behavior change.  Implementation of individualized behavior support plans may include development of targeted behavior tracking, student contracting, and/or the utilization of check-in/check-out.

Targeted Classroom Support: Seneca works with identified teachers to provide coaching and support around classroom management strategies and interventions for building community and managing behaviors in the classroom.

Alternatives to Suspension: Seneca develops restorative practices, including conflict resolution and restorative circles, to support students who have struggled to follow school rules as an alternative to suspension and expulsion.

Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS):  Seneca provides short-term, one-to-one intervention for students at-risk of moving to more restrictive school settings due to unmanageable behaviors. Clinicians provide the student, school staff, and family with skills to effectively address and manage targeted behaviors. 

Individualized Behavior Intervention Services (BIS): For students requiring high levels of adult support to meet their behavioral goals, Seneca can provide highly trained Behavior Intervention Specialists and Behavioral Aides.  Specialists oversee the development and monitoring of individualized intervention strategies focused on teaching new, more desirable behaviors, while Aides work individually with students to implement these plans.

School Wide Information System (SWIS): Seneca teams can support the implementation of SWIS or other school-wide data systems to track and analyze student behavioral incidents to inform individual and school-wide plans for intervention.